We're dedicated to providing a work environment which is safe for staff and conducive to work in. Council is committed to a workplace providing equal employment opportunity, fair treatment and non-discrimination for all existing and future employees.
Flexible working hours
We provide a scheme of flexible working hours to most staff - aimed at encouraging people to work more efficiently without reducing the number of hours worked. Participation in the scheme is on the understanding that everyone co-operates to ensure levels of service and efficiency are maintained at a high standard. Generally, Indoor staff work within a two week flex time cycle; Outdoor staff work with a rostered day off every two weeks; and Childcare staff work within a three week flex time cycle.
Generous leave entitlements
Manly Council has over 12 different site locations that employees are based in. The three main sites are:
At Manly Council we support your career development and many opportunities exist to take you where you want to go and reach your potential.
Safety at Work
We have a strong safety culture at Manly Council and aim to be injury free at work and always get you home safely.
We believe that happy staff are productive staff, and happiness starts in the home. Therefore as an organisation we do our best to support and promote a work-life balance.
We frequently run health and wellbeing programs such as Weight Watchers and walking groups. We offer discount passes to the Andrew Boy Charlton Swim Centre. Access to the Employee Assistance Program is also available which provides professional counsellors to help staff should they need professional advice on issues that may affect their health, work or performance.
Family is Important
We strive to be a family friendly workplace and to achieve this goal we provide a number of childcare places, as a salary sacrifice arrangement, at the Harbour View Children's Centre to support and retain staff at Manly Council who have children. Check out the centre by clicking on http://www.manly.nsw.gov.au/community-services/childrens-services/long-day-care/
A Focus on Diversity
Our community is made up of diverse groups including Aboriginal people, people from a culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) background, people with a disability, women and young people. We recognise the needs, values and contribution that these groups can make within our organisation and for our community. By promoting diversity we can ensure better representation, a more highly skilled workforce and better decision-making to create a stronger and more sustainable local government system and better outcomes for our local community.